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Yup. I'm in the Mac App Store frequently, and I picked up on that too. It won't be long until that happens will Publisher, eh?


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24 minutes ago, Sam Neil said:

Summer 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on

Thursday, 21 June
 
So APUB sometimes in June/July?

Summer doesn't END until September B|xD


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13 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Summer doesn't END until September B|xD

 

Being a pesimist doesn't help anybody. :)


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5 minutes ago, Petar Petrenko said:

 

Being a pesimist doesn't help anybody. :)

 

That’s a very pessimistic view! xD

 


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20 minutes ago, Petar Petrenko said:

 

Being a pesimist doesn't help anybody. :)

Just the facts ... 

 

Autumn 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on

Saturday
, 
September 22
and ends on
Friday
, 
December 21
All dates are in Eastern Time.

AUTUMNAL EQUINOX 2018: FIRST DAY OF FALL

 

WHEN IS THE FIRST DAY OF FALL 2018?

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11 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Autumn 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on

Saturday
, 
September 22

 

That’s astronomical autumn. Meteorological autumn begins three weeks earlier. stirthepot.gif


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22 minutes ago, Alfred said:

 

That’s astronomical autumn. Meteorological autumn begins three weeks earlier. stirthepot.gif

Nope. The seasons are based on astronomical

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5 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Nope. The seasons are based on astronomical

 

Er ... last time I checked, seasonal changes were determined by the weather. That’s meteorological, isn’t it?? :P

 


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8 minutes ago, Alfred said:

 

Er ... last time I checked, seasonal changes were determined by the weather. That’s meteorological, isn’t it?? :P

 

Could we get some of what you are smoking? 

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I am optimistic:

- Beta will be before 2019 :)

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Serif should specify a Unix timestamp. Although that would lock them to a specific time while the current statement is vague enough to keep us peasants busy speculating while they go on vacation, laughing about our mediocrity. :D

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16 hours ago, VIPStephan said:

Serif should specify a Unix timestamp. Although that would lock them to a specific time while the current statement is vague enough to keep us peasants busy speculating while they go on vacation, laughing about our mediocrity. :D

Doesn't Europe go on vacation for a month in Summer?

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9 minutes ago, InfoCentral said:

Doesn't Europe go on vacation for a month in Summer?

Does that mean the end of summer is pushed back to October 22?

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3 hours ago, mikesebooks said:

 

 

I just snagged me some X9 a couple of weeks ago to tide me over until APub arrived. 

Same here. Still a very capable software.... Love it.

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On 12/14/2017 at 4:28 PM, Midnite Blue Moon 888 said:

*fan girl scream*

 

Dude....DUUUUUDE!!!  I must haves this!!!!  You guys make great things!

 

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14 hours ago, InfoCentral said:

Doesn't Europe go on vacation for a month in Summer?

Yeah, the whole of Europe (the continent) has three months of paid vacation per year of which one is taken by all people at the same time. So, basically time stands still during that time. :D

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I was just kidding with the vacation thing, by the way, just in case sarcasm doesn’t come across here. It’s a common misconception by Americans that there is a common European culture (and that’s partly what my comment aimed at). Despite the existence of the European Union, each country within (and outside, because the EU is not equal to Europe) still has mostly their specific culture and laws, including regulations regarding vacation. However, I suppose it’s common across the entire temperate climate zone on the northern hemisphere that during summer people go on a vacation for some amount of time and business (except the tourism industry) is less busy than on other times.

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My country is in Europe (and the EU and everything), and in most IT companies I worked at (yeah, not great ones, small and under powered in many cases) it was 6 days a year... and thank you. In most cases, 6 days when your boss has absolutely nothing to be done where is going to need the designer/seo/web developer (or all game assets are done, is just coding/testing..when they did not take us also for testing.. bad for your thumb finger if its mobiles...). Still, at the one I was more years it was pretty reasonable in comparison, 15 days, and yep, typically in August. Around here all activity stops like when wind stops in the middle of the sea by that month. Suppliers close, clients go holidays, and we get our lovely 45ºC. So you are even forced to take 'em by then. I believe 22 days is the legal requested thing. Different matter is that in some companies -many- you do extra hours till middle of the night or better said early in the morning of next day, then you get those hours (never paid as extra hours) exchanged in a 1:1 ratio for extra free days (if you are one of a kind in your company, then only when the activity allows it. If there's someone to replace you ie, typical company with a bunch of programmers but one only graphics person), typically you negotiate with colleagues. Most times didn't have that luck :S . ).


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